Gay Marriage Debate - Lake St. Louis, MO

Discuss the national Gay Marriage debate in Lake St. Louis, MO.

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NewGirl

Saint Peters, MO

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Jan 6, 2011
 
Love is Love.
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Saint Peters, MO

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Jan 7, 2011
 
Its a civil union not a marriage. But they should have legal rights such as inheritance, hospital info,insurance through one partners employment,etc.
Anastasia

Wentzville, MO

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Jan 17, 2012
 
To all that oppose, are you telling people that they do not have the right to marry the person they love? That's wrong.
Skyler

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#4
Feb 18, 2012
 
Christcunts can bite my shiny metal azz
I hate stupid people

Warrenton, MO

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#5
Feb 20, 2012
 
gay people have a right to be miserable just like straight people. This is 2012 not 1950
Rose

La Mesa, CA

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Feb 24, 2012
 
Marriage is based on religious beliefs, and to those who practice their religion it is sacred and was meant to be between a man and a woman. You can't change the fact that is what religious people believe so why not go with Civil Unions and be done with the argument. Give them the same rights as married couples but don't make the church sanction it as marriage, as it never was meant to be that.
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Feb 24, 2012
 
Rose wrote:
Marriage is based on religious beliefs, and to those who practice their religion it is sacred and was meant to be between a man and a woman. You can't change the fact that is what religious people believe so why not go with Civil Unions and be done with the argument. Give them the same rights as married couples but don't make the church sanction it as marriage, as it never was meant to be that.
AMEN!!
Jebodia

Troy, MO

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Feb 29, 2012
 
Rose wrote:
Marriage is based on religious beliefs, and to those who practice their religion it is sacred and was meant to be between a man and a woman. You can't change the fact that is what religious people believe so why not go with Civil Unions and be done with the argument. Give them the same rights as married couples but don't make the church sanction it as marriage, as it never was meant to be that.
It seems I got my marriage license from the State of Missouri, paid me fees to the State of Missouri, and was married in a public park.

Where did I ask the church to sanction anything? Marriage in modern society is a legal issue, not a religious issue.

Maybe it is time for churches to accept they do not control the masses any longer, and let the government do their jobs of ensuring equal rights for all. Of course, the churches still want their freedom to not pay their share into the economy and not pay taxes, but want to reserve the right to force their views on everyone.

That is why I - as a religious Christian, do not attend a church. Was Jesus religious? What brick and mortar church did he attend?

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